liamr at umich
Mar 15, 2003, 11:00 AM
Post #5 of 5
On Saturday, March 15, 2003, at 01:37 AM, Theo Schlossnagle wrote:
Re: multiple backhand clusters on one subnet?
[In reply to]
> No. You need to specify the two argument version of MulticastStats
> line and specify a port. Or you can do what I do and just fiddle with
> your Listen lines and make sure everything shows up as port 80 on the
> /backhand/ page.
Hm... I am specifying port 80 and curiously the backhand status page
reports one listening to 443 and the other on 80, and neither seem to
be referring connections to the other (even if add "Backhand
removeSelf" to one of the conf files and restart the server).
We've got an entire class C subnet. On one machine, the multicast
line looks like:
MulticastStats 141.xxx.yyy.83:80 141.xxx.yyy.255:4445,1
Otherwise, it's identical to the IfModule block below.
Here's what I've added to our conf files. It occurs outside of any
virtual host block:
MulticastStats 141.xxx.yyy.74:80 141.xxx.yyy.255:4445,1
Allow from all
The two machines in question have identical apache installations (down
to the conf files).
The IP addresses we're specifying are not the primary addresses for
these machines. Most of our servers have at least one virtual
interface (the primary is reserved for administrative purposes, any web
hosts on a machine will be on a virtual interface - either by itself or
in a named virtual host group) . What we're trying to do is to get
backhand to listen on one specific interface, at one specific port.
Right now, that's port 80, eventually it'll only be port 443. We're
using Apache 1.3.27, Solaris 8 (SPARC), and mod_backhand from CVS (I
couldn't get 1.22 to build).
Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong?